Democrats and Republicans Have Taken Liberties With the Truth This Election Cycle
Hurricane Katrina remains significant not only for the devastation it wrought across the Gulf coast but as a test of leadership and mettle for an entire class of elected and appointed figures at all levels of government. It was a defining moment for mayors, governors, state and national lawmakers,
ABC News' Amy Walter reports: A topsy-turvy political primary season took a more predictable turn today as establishment frontrunners easily won primary contests in Louisiana and West Virginia. It's important to note that the frontrunners had decided financial advantages. And,...
ABC News' Amy Walter reports: In his first electoral test since prostitution scandal and revelations -- first reported by ABC News -- that he employed a staffer who pled guilty to abusing his girlfriend, Sen. David Vitter easily won a...
As BP promises progress on the oil spill , the political maneuvering set off by the catastrophe continues to flow through to campaigns around the nation. In states directly affected by the spill, many incumbent politicians have seized on the opportunity created by this crisis. "They've used it to
Louisiana Senator Brushes Off Questions About His Decision to Retain Staffer After Arrest
Chet Traylor Says Women 'Concerned' About Senator's Record and Ex-Aide Brent Furer
Report Says Troubled Senate Aide Flew From DC to Louisiana Just in Time for DWI Trials
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Will the latest strategy to conatin the leak work and is it time for new leadership at BP?